Disk partitioning is the process of dividing a disk into multiple logical storage.
Linux provides several tools for partitioning disks, and one of the most commonly used tools is the fdisk command.
The fdisk command is a command-line utility that is used to create, modify, and delete disk partitions.
Run the command "sudo fdisk -l" to list the available disks on your system
After you have created your partitions, you can format them with a filesystem using the mkfs command
It can be used on most Linux distributions, including Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Note that the fdisk command requires root privileges, so you will need to use the "sudo" command
Partitioning a disk will erase all existing data on the disk
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